Harry Redknapp lifts the lid on relationship with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy
QPR manager Harry Redknapp insisted that he had a good relationship with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.
The Spurs owner parted company with the 65-year-old in June and the new R’s boss maintains that there are no hard feelings between them.
“I got on okay with Daniel,” Redknapp explained.
“Daniel rung me on Saturday wishing me all the best.
“I don’t spend my life holding grudges against people. We all move on. That’s history.
“I had four great years at Tottenham. It couldn’t have gone better for me.”
But Spurs should not expect any favours from the 65-year-old and the appointment of Redknapp of QPR has led to the north Londoners losing supporters.
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“QPR are my team now,” Redknapp said. “My grandkids are all getting QPR kits this week.
“This is my team, our team now.
“I want to keep this team in the Premier League. That would be fantastic for me.
“The people here deserve that.”